Roberto Ticas, a citizen of El Salvador who has lived in the U.S. for 17 years (center, bare arms), rallies Thursday in Wichita for the opportunity to continue working in the U.S.
Roberto Ticas, a citizen of El Salvador who has lived in the U.S. for 17 years (center, bare arms), rallies Thursday in Wichita for the opportunity to continue working in the U.S. Oliver Morrison The Wichita Eagle
Roberto Ticas, a citizen of El Salvador who has lived in the U.S. for 17 years (center, bare arms), rallies Thursday in Wichita for the opportunity to continue working in the U.S. Oliver Morrison The Wichita Eagle

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  • City manager comments on alleged police cover-up

    Robert Layton, Wichita city manager, spoke Monday at the Wichita Police Department media briefing. (Oct. 16, 2017)